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Coningsby Gardens is an exclusive development of 12 luxury 4 & 5 Bed homes located on the outskirts of the popular market town of Morpeth, in the heart of Northumberland. The development is conveniently located within walking distance of the town centre offering a variety of shopping and recreational attractions while access to the nearby railway station and A1 ensures a straightforward commute to Newcastle.

Apex Apartments



The second phase of the regeneration of Cambuslang town centre was in the form of 44 two bedroom residential apartments. Each apartment offers excellent accommodation of over 700 sq ft featuring an open plan kitchen and living space in addition to an en-suite to the master bedroom. Properties are available for sale or for rental.

Scottish Agricultural College



AWG Property Ltd was appointed 'preferred development partner' by the Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) in 2005 in order to manage and drive the development sale of its estate at Auchincruive, Ayrshire that was used for business, research and educational purposes by SAC.

Planning permission was granted in January 2011 to develop the site in staged phases over a number of years to include over 495 homes, an 18 hole golf course, a wedding/conference centre, equestrian centre and stabling and up to 60,000 sq ft of business and research floor space, whilst retaining some of the original landscaping, features and listed buildings.

Crowwood Grange, Cardowan

60 acre site has recently received planning permission for a number of residential homes. This is the final phase in the redevelopment of the former Cardowan Colliery.

Lovers Loan, Dollar

46 acre site to the east of Lovers Loan in Dollar.

Craighill Terrace, Tain

18 acre site located on the western edge of Tain surrounded by a modern housing development and secondary school grounds.

Whitehaugh Farm, Peebles

34 acre site located to the southeast of Peebles on the B7062. Recent residential and business development has taken place and the site forms a logical extension to the town.

Bo'Mains Farm, Bo'ness

153 acre site occupying the north facing slopes of Bo'Mains Farm and borders with West Lothian Golf Course to the south-east.

Blindwells, Tranent

590 acre site which sits between the settlements of Tranent, Prestonpans and Longniddry and forms part of the now redundant open cast mine.

Dundas Farm, S/Queensferry

148 acre site immediately to the south west of South Queensferry just off the A904 Bo'ness Road. The site is less than 1 mile from the Forth Road Bridge.

Marketgait Farm, Ormiston

150 acre site which wraps around the northern and eastern edges of Ormiston.

Blindwells, Tranent

40 acre site bordered by the A73 Lanark Road to the west, Milton Road to the north and Bushelhead Road to the south. The main west coast rail line defines the western boundary.

Lindsaybeg Road, Chryston

22 acre site lying to the north of the centre of Chryston. The A80 extension is due to run to the north of the site creating the opportunity for the expansion of Chryston.

Kippendavie Estate, Dunblane

750 acre site located on the north eastern edge of Dunblane on the Kippendavie Estate. The main A9 trunk road lies immediately to the north-west providing access south to Stirling and north to Perth.

Stewarton Road, Fenwick

4 acre site located on the north-western edge of Fenwick, to the west of Main Road and adjacent to the M77 which provides the western boundary to Fenwick.

Main Road, Fenwick

2 acre site located on the western side of Main Road in the hamlet of Laigh Fenwick, immediately to the south of Fenwick.

Glancraig Terrace, East Fenwick

23 acre site located on the eastern edge of Fenwick to the south of Kirkton Road and west of Wyllielandhill Farm.

Fauldhouse Road, Longridge

11 acre site bound by the Longridge to Fauldhouse Road to the north with land associated with the former Polkemmet Colliery further to the north.

Hillside Road, Neilston

14 acre site located on the north western edge of Neilston and adjacent to the distinctive mill buildings at the bottom of Holehouse Brae.